Alex’s primary professional goal is to help couples create and experience lasting, connected relationships.He pursues this passion by helping couples at all stages and seasons of their relationship through private couples counseling and group education.After a set of relational warm-ups, you’ll have a chance to practice each of the principles of deep dating.We’ll end with a couple full on (practice) deep dates, and practical guidelines for initiating Deep Dating in the world outside the workshop. Join us if you’re single and dating, in a committed partnership, or anywhere else on the relationship spectrum. Withhold your real self unless you think they might be “the one”. If you decide they’re not, come up with a pretext to get out of it. Imagine someone you like has invited you on a first date, or that you’ve invited them. As you feel more and more deeply connected, you come to trust one another. Eventually, the power of your connection changes you, makes you more into the person you’ve always wished you could be. All of this has happened in a single encounter, a few hours together.
When God is in the mix, that bond is formed unshakable, even during the toughest of storms.
In either case, I pray that the following tips shared here will be a practical help to you, and that God would use this offering, combined with His grace and power, to make a difference for good. I have been married for 23 years and have worked as a couple’s therapist for the past 19.
While I have gained a lot of insight into the psychological dilemmas that couples face through secular...continue reading » If you and your spouse are a Christian couple, no matter how young or old you are, there is something that is strategically different about your relationship than simply a marriage as understood by the world at large.
Christian Marriage Advice Here is come Christian marriage advice to enhance and strengthen your relationship: 1.
Realize that Christian marriage is part of your discipleship.